Veteran WBTV anchor Paul Cameron, right, with co-anchor Maureen O’ Boyle. Cameron hopes to return to work next week after battling a serious infection in his knee. YALONDA M. JAMES - yjames@charlotteobserver.com
Veteran WBTV anchor Paul Cameron, right, with co-anchor Maureen O’ Boyle. Cameron hopes to return to work next week after battling a serious infection in his knee. YALONDA M. JAMES - yjames@charlotteobserver.com YALONDA M. JAMES Observer file photo
Veteran WBTV anchor Paul Cameron, right, with co-anchor Maureen O’ Boyle. Cameron hopes to return to work next week after battling a serious infection in his knee. YALONDA M. JAMES - yjames@charlotteobserver.com YALONDA M. JAMES Observer file photo
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WBTV’s Paul Cameron recovering from serious infection

August 16, 2016 04:30 PM

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